Gangs. Same as always, just with weirder names. A joint effort by the U.S. Attorney Office of South Florida, the Miami Police Department, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives resulted this week in the arrest of 21 members of a gang known as the Big Money Team. The gang oper ... More >>
As the craft-brew scene explodes across South Florida, how exactly do you learn about beer?(Besides drinking it in massive quantities.) Learn from the experts. Duh.We spoke with Matt Rutkowski, U.S. vice president of Spiegelau (the guru of beer glasses), about the biggest myths circulating ... More >>
Yesterday, the Drug Enforcement Agency announced the bust of two rings of airport workers based in Puerto Rico who they say smuggled thousands of kilos up and down the east coast, including into Miami and Orlando. The feds indicted 45 people with conspiracy to distribute cocaine and violations of th ... More >>
Courtesy of Miami-Dade CorrectionsEfraim DiveroliEfraim Diveroli, the irrepressible 24-year-old arms trafficker and Miami Beach felon, was arrested Friday for attempting to sell large quantities of ammunition to undercover federal agents in central Florida. He's been detained without bond in Oran ... More >>
Christopher "Dudus" CokeThe standoff over Jamaican drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke, who has turned a Kingston slum into his own personal bunker to avoid extradition to the U.S, has forced his country into a state of emergency. To local law-enforcement officials, the situation is all too ... More >>
Christopher "Dudus" CokeAs we posted yesterday, Kingston, Jamaica still remains under a state of siege by gang members, and both they and Jamaican officials have blockaded streets throughout the capital city. At the center of it all is Christopher "Dudus" Coke, a notorious drug lord with bloody l ... More >>
The feds say a local man smuggled millions of smokes for terrorists. He's not alone.
At federal prisons across the country, guards are preying on inmates. FDC Miami is no different.
Who's packing heat in the Magic City? You don't have to conceal your curiosity a second longer
Rundle, Milian, or Pizzi as state attorney in '04?
Thug life ain't no good life, but it's my life.
What's with this minor discrimination?
Big payoffs. Gruesome murders. Nosy feds. Life as a cargo handler at MIA just ain't what it used to be.
Hall of Fame and Museum: Morbid kitsch and money. Lots of money.
-- dry rush. No hazing. And you need to pull a permit to throw a decent party. It's enough to make a UM Greek hurl.
Black Death chooses Slash as its representative. The booze cops say no way. And something's missing.